Corporate Partnerships

Make TLMTI your CSR partner

The Leprosy Mission Trust India is one of the oldest and largest NGOs in India transforming the lives of people affected by leprosy and other neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), people with disabilities, and marginalised communities since 1874.

The Leprosy Mission Trust India registered as a Society and has been implementing large CSR programmes under Health, Skilling and Research across nine states in India. We are the preferred partner when it comes to leprosy and disability management.

We are reaching out to the organisations who have unspent funds this fiscal year (2023-24). We have needs of Capex especially for purchasing of essential medical equipment across the 16 hospitals located in nine states of India. We assure the partners that all formalities will be done in a rapid time and the utilisation certificate will be issued quickly.

Our Presence

We have 16 hospitals, 6 Vocational Training Centres, 4 Care Homes for elderlies, 10 Community programmes and Livelihood initiatives.
We are present in 22 districts including two Aspirational Districts: Muzaffarpur and Vizianagram. The states are:  Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal.


The overall satisfaction rates with the treatment and services provided by TLMTI were overwhelmingly high, with the majority of patients rating their satisfaction as 9 or 10 on a scale from 0 to 10. This indicates the success of TLMTI in delivering high-quality, patient-centred care that meets the specific needs of leprosy patients.


CSR Partner

I have closely watched performance of The Leprosy Mission Trust India for nearly one decade. The contributions of TLMTI network hospitals and research establishment are highly significant. These are in terms of providing very good quality services with compassion to persons affected by leprosy, identifying gaps in the management practices and offering solutions, working closely with NLEP, and finally carrying out high quality leprosy research by competing for projects from Indian and international agencies. TLMTI has made deep impact on all counts. Lot more expectations in future.

Dr V.M. Katoch, former Director General

Indian Council of Medical Research

I visited all their units, the OPDs and IPDs, the registration counters, operation theatre, the laboratory, ITU, X-ray unit, the MCR footwear and assisted device unit, eye clinic etc. I liked their well designed Stanley Browne Research Laboratory the most. In India we still depend on Slit Skin Smear (SSS) for detection of Mycobacterium Leprae to confirm the diagnosis of Leprosy. This laboratory has started an innovative work of chip based NAAT testing through Truenat with the support of ICMR. I was absolutely astounded with their performance. Thanks for SLO, Delhi and Superintendent of the hospital for arranging my visit…

Dr Sudarsan Mandal

Sr Chief Medical Officer at National Centre for Vector Borne Disease Control

I am truly inspired by the profound impact witnessed during my time with The Leprosy Mission Trust India. Their unwavering commitment to eradicating leprosy and dismantling the entrenched stigmas surrounding it is nothing short of commendable.Being a small part of their initiatives has been an enlightening experience, and I extend my deepest gratitude for the opportunity to learn from the dedicated individuals who form the backbone of this organization. The strides they are making in fostering awareness, providing support, and creating a sense of belonging within affected communities are creating a lasting effect…

Ms Rashika Saini

CBM India

…I left the hospital meeting patients, medical, and support staff with a mixed feeling. The campus is beautiful, green, clean, and organized. A nice process flows from registration, diagnosis, treatment, and counseling. The patients were being treated and cared for with a vibrant outpatient department and physiotherapy department. The staff is passionate, experienced, and dedicated. All reasons to be happy… I bid goodbye to the staff in The Leprosy Mission Hospital, Naini. With all good wishes for their success in the hospital’s battle against…

Dr Raj Shankar Ghosh


TLMTI is touching many lives with their warmth and love. Their compassionate approach, coupled with a holistic, inclusive, and inventive vision, is fast spreading love and dignity. TLMTI’s work can’t be rated, it’s beyond measurement.

Ms. Shibani Sharma Khanna

NDTV Initiatives

Equipment approx 30 lakhs is required for the following program locations.

Prayagraj (Naini) Hospital

  • Hot Air Oven
  • Air Compressor
  • Laser Aligner with stand
  • Oscillating cutter/saw

Purulia Hospital

  • Appa Scan Max
  • Auto Refractometer with Keratometry (including table)
  • ECG Machine (three-channel)
  • Fowler Beds – SPCU
  • Incubator (Microbiology Lab)
  • Infusion Pump
  • Laminar Air Flow (Microbiology lab)
  • OT light (small) for minor septic OT

Champa Hospital

  • Differential Cell Counter
  • Semi Auto Analyzer Machine

Ayodhya (Faizabad) VTC

  • Driving Simulator
  • Welding Simulator

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Our initiatives align with the categories outlined in Schedule VII of the Companies Act and Companies (CSR Policy) Rules, 2014

(i) eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition; promoting health care…

(ii) promoting education, including special education and employment…

(iii) promoting gender equality and empowering women…

(iv) ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological balance…

(ix) (a) Contribution to incubators or research and development projects…

Awards and Recognition

Major Awards and Recognition received by TLMTI

TLMTI received this from the Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, in recognition of long-standing work with people affected by leprosy, bringing them holistic healing, social inclusion, and a life of dignity, in 2020.

TLM Vizianagaram Vocational Training Centre, Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh received this from the Directorate General of Training, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, for outstanding performance and having been ranked among India’s top 10 Industrial Training Institutes(ITIs), in 2018.

TLMTI received this from NCPEDP – MINDTREE for being an organisation that is a role model in its commitment to promoting equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities, in 2018.

TLMTI received this from India Health & Wellness Summit and Awards in recognition of efforts in raising awareness about leprosy and eradicating the disease, in 2018.


TLMTI received this from Nehru Sidhant Kender Trust for providing free specialised leprosy treatment, in 2018.

Mr Suresh Dhongde, programme manager, TLMTI’s Inclusive Holistic Development of Individuals with Disabilities (IHDID) project, Kothara, Maharashtra, received this from Sambodhi Research and Communications, for promoting inclusive finance and livelihood for people affected by leprosy and disability, in 2016.

TLMTI received this from The Times of India group for outstanding work in healthcare, in 2015.

For more information and detailed inquiries, please reach out to

Amit Kumar at or call us on +91 120 4077200 or Whatsapp +91-8860071874